CLARK-Phillip Trussler had a bleaching and calico print-works for several years, but in 1845 part of the building was destroyed by fire. In 1847, after the property had become worthless, William Bloodgood, Esq. of New York purchased it.
ELIZABETH—Building on an initiative announced earlier this year to encourage shippers to use the Port Authority’s ExpressRail system, the agency’s Board of Commissioners today approved a new incentive program to encourage shippers to transport their cargo via new rail routes.
TRENTON—Teens and tweens from 28 New Jersey libraries will have the chance to win a trip to WWE®’s SummerSlam in Los Angeles this summer by taking part in the SummerSlam Reading Jam.
ELIZABETH—Fifty-two men and women from Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset and Union counties in New Jersey, and Staten Island and Flushing, New York, are among the May 2009 graduates of the Trinitas School of Nursing.
ELIZABETH—Seventeen volunteer advocates will be sworn into service on Monday, July 6 to serve out-of-placement children – including those in the foster care system – in Union County through Court Appointed Special Advocates of Union County. Court Appointed Special Advocates…
ELIZABETH — Bridgeway’s sixth annual golf classic, held June 8 at Shackamaxon Golf and Country Club, was a huge success netting close to $29,000 for Bridgeway services, Adrienne Soricelli Vogel, president of Bridgeway’s Board of Trustees announced.
ELIZABETH – Authorities are conducting a manhunt for an inmate who escaped from Union County Jail just after midnight today.
ELIZABETH—Otis Blunt and Jose Espinosa, the two men who escaped from the Union County Jail in December 2007, are scheduled to be sentenced on Friday morning before Union County Superior Court Judge Joseph P. Donohue.
ELIZABETH—Elizabeth High School celebrated its last commencement ceremony as the largest high school in the State of New Jersey Monday evening.
ELIZABETH – Carlos Pinho, former president of the Portuguese Social Club in Elizabeth, pleaded guilty last week to stealing more than $2.5 million in a Ponzi scheme that targeted his mostly middle- and working-class immigrant club members.